Several colleagues at TUHH have already worked with Twine and H5P and had positive experiences. Now we want to find out,
- How can we tell “learning stories” with Twine?
- How could adaptive learning with Twine stories work?
- How can H5P elements be embeded in Twine?
- How can H5P elements be meaningfully integrated into the narrated story, e.g. to overcome challenges or to recapitulate what has been learned in a playful way?
- How can the technical contexts of H5P and Twine interact?
As always, the session is open to all interested parties. Of course you can also work on your own projects.
Internet in the session
We can also offer all our guests free WiFi access.
Admin rights for your computer
It is good if you have admin rights on the computer you brought with you, i.e. if you are allowed to install software and drivers. If the device was provided by your employer, please ask if you can get admin rights. If this is not possible, talk to us, if necessary we can provide a device for experimenting in the Hack[a|er]space.
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- What are you interested in?
- What would you like to show others?
- Where do you need help?
- What do you expect from Hack[a]space?
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Time, place and space of the Hack[a|er]space can be found specified here.
You will also find this event announced on the Open Education Week 2019 website.